Links to individual boards are not pretty - they look something like https://trello.com/board/foobar/ddd7474fh29999dhf8cds - but you can send this link to anyone and it will work. (Consider shortening it with bit.ly or similar, as a workaround.)
It is not possible to have a "folder of links" in Drive.
What you can do is create a document and put the links in there. This document can be easily shared with others.
But, as @Krampus mentions, there are plenty of bookmark-sharing services available. Google even has its own one: Google Bookmarks.
Another one I used before is Delicious. Wikipedia has a ...
In addition to @asif-mistry's answer, the two are different feature-wise :
tags v folder
Google Bookmarks use tags, meaning that a SINGLE bookmark can be tagged with multiple tags.
Chrome Bookmarks uses folder, a bookmark can only exist in a single folder when you add it to bookmark (you can copy it manually in Bookmark Manager though)
You mentioned Delicious, which may have everything you are after,though I am not sure they offer is the offline archiving, but you could probably do that with another application. Otherwise, it's got the social shareablity, grouping, integration (I know of at least 2 plugins for Chrome, so I imagine they have more than that for FF.
It's also backed by [...
The intended purpose of RSS is to distribute links and related metadata and not to actually distribute content.
Now, that said, there is a field named description that allows for text to be stored. Normally, this is going to be a short description or summary of the content but not the actual content. A good example is Slashdot, which displays a summary ...
Just pushed an initial Google Bookmarks import support. Export your Google Bookmarks (to a GoogleBookmarks.html file), and import that with Kifi's importer.
Several bookmark services use a fairly certain standard for tags/labels/collections, which we support. Unfortunately, Google Bookmarks does it a bit different and duplicates links for every "label".
You can save them into a file and share that file. That is not too convenient, and needs to be repeated periodically, but probably the only acceptable way.
You could also share your Google ID and password, so they can all log in to it. That is not recommendable though - they would all be able to change the bookmarks, and you are sharing all other Google ...
Evernote web clipper information can be found here;
Device specific links are here;
Hope this helps.
Works for me. This is what I did:
Go to https://www.google.com/bookmarks/
Select "All" so that all bookmarks are checked
Click "Export bookmarks" in the left column
Download HTML file with bookmark data
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straight from the following URLs:
If Evernote is running (even in the background), you can use the global hotkey/shortcut Ctrl + Alt + N to switch to Evernote and start a new Note. This works even when on browser is the active window.
OK, this is not just one button, but 3 buttons, but you can setup a new global hotkey as well (setup a one-button global hotkey in Windows)
See the ...
Well, this may seem like an overly simple solution but try exporting your bookmarks from Chrome/Firefox/Oh Gawd say it ain't so, Internet Explorer and just mailing them to yourself.
Tag that mail with _bookmarks (so it's always on the top of the tag list) and archive it (so it's not in the inbox); put a date in there too.
Now, wherever you need your whole ...
I believe you are looking for Pinboard. While I have not used the service personally, I understand that it saves pages in HTML (with excellent formatting at that) and is capable of managing thousands of bookmarks, with good export functionality.
(EDIT by OP) I contacted Maciej Ceglowski, founder of Pinboard, and he told me that it's actually possible to ...
There is no real way if linking to a cell in Google Spreadsheets (I'm trying to build one using HTTP GET, but I'm stuck right now), but you can use a little trick I've found here.
Insert/Comment at a specific cell, and, in that comment "plus someone"
- that is, type "+" and then the person's email or name NOTE: you will get a list of people in your ...
This is currently not possible in Google Bookmarks.
The quickest method would be the following:
At the bottom of the Google Bookmarks page you can click "manage labels" and than "rename" your existing tag.
After you have done that, find your new tag on the very left. Click it to get a list of your bookmarks labeled with this tag and than manually add your ...
Well, you can edit a bookmark in Firefox, although delete/create might be easier.
Copy your current location
From the menu, choose Bookmarks > Show All Bookmarks
Find the bookmark you want to edit (easiest to use the search bar) and select it
Paste your current location in the location field
Close the window
(The OP placed the solution in the question. Here it is as an answer.)
The answer here is that the autocomplete has been turned off.
In Chrome: Hit F12. ( Or go to Wrench, Tools, Developer Tools. ) Search for autocomplete Change "off" to "on". Close the developer window. ( I had to double-click the "off" to edit it.) back to the bookmarklet, and labels ...
The problem is that you are using lists.
You cannot export lists.
As seen in the following example
<META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
Here is undocumented method to extract all the metadata, including labels, for your Google Bookmarks:
Simply fetch this URL, which generates XML of your first 10000 bookmarks:
This is what the first part of the file looks like: